Cyberbullying Poster Competition

Tuesday 28 March 2017

Our INA Student Council conducted a survey within the academy and found that 82% of our students think that learning about cyberbullying is important. In light of these results, the Student Council launched a poster competition to raise awareness of cyberbullying across the academy. The judges’ criteria for participants was to produce creative, eye catching posters that appeal to young people while providing useful information on what cyberbullying is and how to deal with it.


Over 50 students entered the competition to help tackle online bullying. Mr Ball, who helped coordinate the competition, said “We are really impressed with the standard of submissions received. It is important to keep students informed and engaged with the topic of online bulling. The fact that this competition was run for the students by the students highlights their maturity and awareness”.


Student Council members from Year 7, 8 and 9 met to review the poster entries and decide on the winner. The winning poster and runner-up’s can be viewed below.


Well done to all involved!